Written & performed by Mike Peacock.
‘Tales From The Miracle Book’ is a collection of fun and engaging short films, designed for the teaching of RE & PSHE in Primary Schools.
Mike has over 20 years experience of performing in schools, teaching & running workshops. He is delighted to now be bringing these amazing stories to life in a brand new way!
Each set of films comes with it’s own downloadable education pack – filled with top-quality worksheets to help unpack these memorable stories for Key Stages 1&2.
So step into the Miracle Book to begin an amazing RE journey!
“Engaging for all ages! The videos supported our children’s understanding and engagement with RE. Some brilliant cross-curricula creative writing emerged as a result of the inspirational videos!”
“The Tales From the Miracle Book resource has an impressive visual knockabout style meaning these videos will engage pupils across the primary age range- with an incredibly versatile actor taking on a multitude of roles! This is a fun way into bible stories, providing a helpful stimulus for teachers and pupils exploring these texts.”
“An engaging, easy to understand RE series. The episodes were clear and informative and really captured pupil’s imagination.”
“Tales From the Miracle Book was something different for our pupils to enjoy.Age-appropriate and entertaining! Thank you for all your efforts in putting this together. My year 5 & 6 pupils kept wanting to know what would happen next…!”
“Our pupils loved the Christmas series- they adored them! Pupils were completely enthralled!”
“I had high expectations for the ‘Easter Tales’ resources and they did not disappoint! Fun, engaging and well-received by all my students, the videos made an excellent springboard for cross-curricula activities too! I highly recommend!”
Films & Resources
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Watch out for more stories coming soon!!!
A nationally accredited resource by Understanding Christianity, these excellent films have been created by award-nominated theatre & film-makers with over 40 years experience of working with primary-age children.
Each term we will be adding more & more films, scripts and resources into our library which will all be available with your annual subscription.
The downloadable resource packs for KS1&2 include cross curricular worksheets on RE, creative writing, mindfulness, literacy, SIAMS, SCS, PSHE and Citizenship. They are designed to promote social cohesion and the virtues of respect and empathy, meeting Ofsted guidelines.
As well as being educational, each film is designed to be fun, bright & highly memorable – to fully engage every pupil, and to make RE teaching feel easy.
Each film comes with an extensive downloadable resource pack full of teaching resources, games and worksheets, to unpack the meaning behind each story, enabling pupils to imagine themselves in each story.
The work is done for you! Each film is easy to stream and each teaching resource pack is easy to download enabling you to have many quality RE lessons for pupils of all ages and abilities.
Simply pay an annual subscription for year-round access to our growing library of stories & educational resources.
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Parables: The Prodigal Son
Parables: The Good Samaritan
Parables: The Wise & Foolish Builders
Miracles: Water Into Wine
Miracles: Feeding The 5,000
Miracles: Calming The Storm
Each film comes with its own resource pack to help pupils explore the story.
Anti-Bullying – ‘Bigger Than Giants’
These three short films based on the story of David & Goliath…
David is the youngest, the smallest and the least important member of his family. His brothers are all brilliant at everything – they’re ever so cool & popular. David, on the other hand, isn’t…
‘Bigger Than Giants’ is a story that has been used in many schools over the last few years as a powerful way of approaching the issue of bullying. The accompanying workshops help to define what bullying is, the affect it has on those around us, and what every single one of us can do to make a difference.